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holdthefrontpage.co.uk
Chelmsford Weekly News marks V Festival anniversaryA weekly newspaper has published a special edition marking the 20th anniversary
Chelmsford Weekly News marks V Festival anniversary
holdthefrontpage.co.uk / Posted 2 days ago
A weekly newspaper has published a special edition marking the 20th anniversary of a music festival which takes place on its patch. The Chelmsford Weekly News celebrated 20 years since the idea for V Festival was first dreamt up with an eight-page... Read more
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Daily Mail
Chloe Sevigny shows off beach body in tiny bikiniSummer loving! as she cuddles up to boyfriend in the surf They had sparks fly
Chloe Sevigny shows off beach body in tiny bikini
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
Summer loving! as she cuddles up to boyfriend in the surf They had sparks flying when they put on an amorous display in New York City in June. And Chloe Sevigny's summer romance with boyfriend Ricky... Read more
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The Irish Times
Ed Skrein: Hoodlum, swimming coach, rapper, artist and movie star Ed Skrein, who takes over from hardman Jason Statham in the Transporter franch
Ed Skrein: Hoodlum, swimming coach, rapper, artist and movie star
The Irish Times / Posted 8 days ago
Ed Skrein, who takes over from hardman Jason Statham in the Transporter franchise, explains his unusual career path It can’t be easy taking over the key role in an internationally... Read more
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Scotsman
Scots John Lewis ad director enjoys latest success The new John Lewis home insurance advert by Dougal Wilson, below. He says he h
Scots John Lewis ad director enjoys latest success
Scotsman / Posted 10 days ago
The new John Lewis home insurance advert by Dougal Wilson, below. He says he had no idea the retailers commercials would become such a phenomenon. Picture: Contributed A SCOT who has been hailed one... Read more
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Digital Spy
Jarvis Cocker is taking you on a deep sea voyage for the BBC PromsHold your breath, as Jarvis Cocker is inviting you to join him inside a giant d
Jarvis Cocker is taking you on a deep sea voyage for the BBC Proms
Digital Spy / Posted 10 days ago
Hold your breath, as Jarvis Cocker is inviting you to join him inside a giant diving bell - as part of the BBC Proms, of course. The Pulp frontman is set to take concert-goers on a voyage under the sea at the Royal Albert Hall for a Wireless Night... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Fantastic Mr Wes Anderson: how Tenenbaum chic took over the catwalksWhen talking about Bar Luce, the Milan bar he designed for Prada earlier this y
Fantastic Mr Wes Anderson: how Tenenbaum chic took over the catwalks
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 11 days ago
When talking about Bar Luce, the Milan bar he designed for Prada earlier this year, Wes Anderson described it – all sugared-almond colours, photo wallpaper and shiny tables – as a place where he would “want to spend my own non-fictional afternoons”.... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Sheffield still the cheapest place in Britain for a city breakTrips to southern cities were found to cost nearly double the amount in norther
Sheffield still the cheapest place in Britain for a city break
Daily Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
Trips to southern cities were found to cost nearly double the amount in northern cities. But when comparing the cost of individual items, London, surprisingly, offered the best value for lunch, costing £18 for two people, while it was the most... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Do you remember the first time? We take a look at the legacy of BritpopPop rivalries are as old as time – well, if time began somewhere around 1960. M
Do you remember the first time? We take a look at the legacy of Britpop
Oxford Mail / Posted 23 days ago
Pop rivalries are as old as time – well, if time began somewhere around 1960. Mod or rocker? Stones or Beatles? Joy Division or New Order? And of course, the infamous – Blur or Oasis? Twenty five years ago this week, back when the Top 40 was... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Do you remember the first time? We take a look at the legacy of Britpop | Irish Examiner Wednesday, August 12, 2015 - 05:34 PM Pop rivalries are a
Do you remember the first time? We take a look at the legacy of Britpop
Irish Examiner / Posted 23 days ago
| Irish Examiner Wednesday, August 12, 2015 - 05:34 PM Pop rivalries are as old as time – well, if time... Read more
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23d
Gazette
Do you remember the first time? We take a look at the legacy of BritpopPop rivalries are as old as time – well, if time began somewhere around 1960. M
Do you remember the first time? We take a look at the legacy of Britpop
Gazette / Posted 23 days ago
Pop rivalries are as old as time – well, if time began somewhere around 1960. Mod or rocker? Stones or Beatles? Joy Division or New Order? And of course, the infamous – Blur or Oasis? Twenty five years ago this week, back when the Top 40 was... Read more
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23d
Wandsworth Guardian
Do you remember the first time? We take a look at the legacy of BritpopPop rivalries are as old as time – well, if time began somewhere around 1960. M
Do you remember the first time? We take a look at the legacy of Britpop
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 23 days ago
Pop rivalries are as old as time – well, if time began somewhere around 1960. Mod or rocker? Stones or Beatles? Joy Division or New Order? And of course, the infamous – Blur or Oasis? Twenty five years ago this week, back when the Top 40 was... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Do you remember the first time? We take a look at the legacy of BritpopPop rivalries are as old as time – well, if time began somewhere around 1960. M
Do you remember the first time? We take a look at the legacy of Britpop
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 23 days ago
Pop rivalries are as old as time – well, if time began somewhere around 1960. Mod or rocker? Stones or Beatles? Joy Division or New Order? And of course, the infamous – Blur or Oasis? Twenty five years ago this week, back when the Top 40 was... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Do you remember the first time? We take a look at the legacy of BritpopPop rivalries are as old as time – well, if time began somewhere around 1960. M
Do you remember the first time? We take a look at the legacy of Britpop
Kingston Guardian / Posted 23 days ago
Pop rivalries are as old as time – well, if time began somewhere around 1960. Mod or rocker? Stones or Beatles? Joy Division or New Order? And of course, the infamous – Blur or Oasis? Twenty five years ago this week, back when the Top 40 was... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Top vegan places to eat in NottinghamVegan student Eve Hewitt talks to Lynette Pinchess about the best places to eat
Top vegan places to eat in Nottingham
Nottingham Post / Posted 24 days ago
Vegan student Eve Hewitt talks to Lynette Pinchess about the best places to eat in Notts As a vegan Eve Hewitt doesn't eat meat, fish, eggs or dairy. Surely eating out must be tricky? The 20-year-old, says otherwise. "Being vegan is easy in the UK... Read more
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Evening Standard
Confessions from the City: The BBC radio producer on the "cuts madness"To understand the delight of working for today’s Auntie, with the sword of Damo
Confessions from the City: The BBC radio producer on the "cuts madness"
Evening Standard / Posted 27 days ago
To understand the delight of working for today’s Auntie, with the sword of Damocles endlessly hanging over our heads, we have to flash forward. The year is 2050. An ape is digging in the ruins of a Greggs. He finds a small, shiny container. Inside... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Grunge group Babe Punch on showing 'the strength in women'Sugar, spice and all things nice? No. With influences including Courtney Love,
Grunge group Babe Punch on showing 'the strength in women'
Nottingham Post / Posted 28 days ago
Sugar, spice and all things nice? No. With influences including Courtney Love, five-piece Babe Punch are on a mission to "show the strength in women" they tell Rachel Gorman Who is in the band? What's with the name? Related content Astrid: The... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Blur to McBusted: 10 bands who have reformed like the Spice Girls | Irish Examiner Friday, August 07, 2015 - 09:34 AM As the Spice Girls cou
Blur to McBusted: 10 bands who have reformed like the Spice Girls
Irish Examiner / Posted 28 days ago
| Irish Examiner Friday, August 07, 2015 - 09:34 AM As the Spice Girls could once again be set to reform, here are... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Blur to McBusted: 10 bands who have reformed like the Spice GirlsAs the Spice Girls could once again be set to reform, here are 10 other bands t
Blur to McBusted: 10 bands who have reformed like the Spice Girls
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 28 days ago
As the Spice Girls could once again be set to reform, here are 10 other bands that made a similar decision to some degree of success. One of the most successful reformations of all time. Damon Albarn and co went their separate ways in 2003 following... Read more
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28d
St Albans & Harpenden Review
Blur to McBusted: 10 bands who have reformed like the Spice GirlsAs the Spice Girls could once again be set to reform, here are 10 other bands t
Blur to McBusted: 10 bands who have reformed like the Spice Girls
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 28 days ago
As the Spice Girls could once again be set to reform, here are 10 other bands that made a similar decision to some degree of success. One of the most successful reformations of all time. Damon Albarn and co went their separate ways in 2003 following... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Blur to McBusted: 10 bands who have reformed like the Spice GirlsAs the Spice Girls could once again be set to reform, here are 10 other bands t
Blur to McBusted: 10 bands who have reformed like the Spice Girls
Kingston Guardian / Posted 28 days ago
As the Spice Girls could once again be set to reform, here are 10 other bands that made a similar decision to some degree of success. One of the most successful reformations of all time. Damon Albarn and co went their separate ways in 2003 following... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Blur to McBusted: 10 bands who have reformed like the Spice GirlsAs the Spice Girls could once again be set to reform, here are 10 other bands t
Blur to McBusted: 10 bands who have reformed like the Spice Girls
Oxford Mail / Posted 28 days ago
As the Spice Girls could once again be set to reform, here are 10 other bands that made a similar decision to some degree of success. One of the most successful reformations of all time. Damon Albarn and co went their separate ways in 2003 following... Read more
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Evening Standard
'It's a mix from Glastonbury, from ATP, from South By Southwest': meet the Londoner behind boutique festival End of the RoadFor Simon Taffe, getting the Michigan-born singer to headline his boutique End
'It's a mix from Glastonbury, from ATP, from South By Southwest': meet the Londoner behind boutique festival End of the Road
Evening Standard / Posted 1 months ago
For Simon Taffe, getting the Michigan-born singer to headline his boutique End Of The Road festival will be the most satisfying proof that perseverance does usually pay off. The 34-year-old Londoner has tried to lure the mercurial alt-folk-pop... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
William Shatner: ‘I discovered how to act not too long ago’Hi Bill, how are you? So good, man. You’re an American working in England? Ca
William Shatner: ‘I discovered how to act not too long ago’
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 1 months ago
Hi Bill, how are you? So good, man. You’re an American working in England? Canadian. I’ve been drunk many times in the Shatner building (1). No kidding. A Canadian who takes an Englishman’s job is banner headlines. I’m fighting the system from... Read more

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